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St. Petersburg, FL 33710 USA
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Key advanced motor design topics are addressed in six fast-paced, half-day sessions. Understand the problem,
choose solution methods, and interpret analysis and test data.
Practical application practices for electric motors, variable frequency drives (VFDs), and power transformers.
Learn how to properly size, select, operate, and maintain these key pieces of electrical power equipment.
Concepts of electrical motor technology from expert motor technologists, for non technical staff.
A unique and highly rated course, provides technical explantion of basic electric motor design, construction and operating principles,
with focus on why its there, how it works, what is important, plus terminology & jargon.
Key principles and practical concepts of three-phase induction machine design engineering--Winding pattern, Core materials, slot design,
rotor bar design, performance prediction inlcuding efficiency.
A practical understanding of motor manufacturing methods and technology being used today. Method vs volume, new developments, automation & work cells, pros vs cons, efficiency vs quality. (more...)View previous Motor Manufacturing brochure here
Surface Magnet PM, BLDC, IPM,PM-Assisted-Synchronous-Relucatnce machines. Includes advanced concepts
in motor design with understanding design technicques, new trends, traction and drive systems.
This course teaches the key principles and practiced concepts about reluctance machines, both Switched Reluctance and Synchronous Reluctance.
Principles and practical concepts unique to single-phase induction machine design--Operating principles and theory, Coil configuration and design,
Capacitor usage, Core materials, slot design,
rotor bar design, starting and running performance prediction
UNIQUE course - THERMAL DESIGN Principles and Methods for hardware decision-making for Induction Motors, PM Motors, Reluctance Motors & DC Motors by
applying practical experience, academic theory, material characteristics, manufacturing practices
First course of its kind--One-Day
The training content and agenda is still evolving Winding three phase motors is a craft that comes from experience, and no other way. We will have prepared stators, supplies and tools, ready to practice the next task. (more...)
Electric Motor Technology for Non-EngIneers
Single Phase Induction Motor Design--
Permanent Magnet AC Motor Design--
Application of Industrial Motors, Drives and Transformers--
Thermal Design of Motors
UNIQUE course - one of its kind, 2nd offering! Learn THERMAL DESIGN Principles and Methods for hardware decision-making
for Induction Motors, PM Motors, Reluctance Motors & DC Motors by applying practical experience, academic theory, material
characteristics, manufacturing practices. The material in this course is Engineering practice you can’t find in a book, & you
can’t get from software training. Content include specification requirements, design steps, balancing cost and thermal performance,
good rules of thumb, analysis approaches & test methods. The course material applies to motors and generators used in industry, HVAC,
hybrid electric drives, traction and propulsion systems, wind turbines, home appliances, aerospace applications.
Motor Manufacturing Methods
A practical understanding of motor manufacturing methods and technology being used today. Method vs volume, new
developments, automation & work cells, pros vs cons, efficiency vs quality. This course provides a foundation of
technical and practical principles used for electric motor and generator component manufacturing, assembly, and
testing. The purpose of this one-of-a-kind course is to provide understanding of methods and choices for electric
motor manufacturing, with attention to the effect of design choices on cost, performance and reliability.
Advanced Machine Design
Key motor design issues are addressed in six fast-paced, half-day sessions. Learn to understand the problem,
choose solution methods, and interpret analysis and test data. Academic theory, computer-aided engineering tools
and practical experience to solve difficult motor design issues. The Works-Shop structure will provide ‘How-to’,
with emphasis on quick answers, deep analysis where warranted, expectations & benefits, parameter sewnsitivity,
performance differences. Included are new analysis techniques, new design methods, and the latest concepts and
Induction Motor Design
Key principles and practical concepts of induction machine design engineering--Core materials, slot design,
rotor bar design, performance prediction inlcuding efficiency. Includes, practical, application-oriented design
engineering methods for Induction Machines. Key motor principles are used to understand and choose options for Induction
Machine design. Academic theory and practical experience is transformed to practical results with calculation ‘How-to’,
considering manufacturing constraints. Emphasis is on quick decisions, performance differences, and
new trends in induction motors. Included are new analysis techniques and new design options to achieve
low cost, high efficiency, high power density, and maximum torque per amp.
Reluctance Motor Design--Both Switched and Synchronous Reluctance
This course teaches the key principles and practiced concepts about reluctance machines, both Switched Reluctance
and Synchronous Reluctance. Topologies are simple, but their design is difficult because of non-linear effects and
sensitivity to key dimensions. This curse aims for nderstanding of machine design in the context of Switched Reluctance
and Synchronous Reluctance machines. Academic theory will be reduced to practical results with examples and calculation
‘how-to’, taking realistic manufacturing constraints, especially magnetic saturation, into account. Special emphasis will
be on design of application-specific motors, drive requirements, practical design for low-cost manufacturing, and how to
achieve specifications such as torque, power density, speed, low noise, etc.
Winding 3-Phase Motors--Hands-On Part1
First ever offering, still under development--the training content and agenda is still evolving